For more than 10 years, Prager Dreifuss’s highly regarded competition law team has successfully represented domestic and international clients before the Swiss Competition Commission, and frequently collaborates with foreign law firms in cross-border competition matters.
Philipp Zurkinden is supported by Marino Baldi and Bernhard Lauterburg. Marino Baldi is the academic author of the current LCart 95 and was involved in its 2004 revision. He was a member of the Competition Commission for 12 years and represented Switzerland in numerous negotiations concerning foreign economic relations, and took a seat for Switzerland in various international bodies. Bernhard Lauterburg is a counsel in the competition law team and further focuses on public procurement and international and domestic trade regulation, including sanctions, investment treaty law and arbitration, and World Trade Organization law.
Prager Dreifuss’ competition law team provides a full range of legal services with respect to competition law and represents both small domestic and large global enterprises in proceedings before the competition authority. The team’s profound knowledge of EU competition law and extensive language skills facilitate cooperation with foreign law firms, for example, in parallel proceedings in Berne and Brussels, as well as advising clients on aspects of Swiss competition law in a comparative fashion.